November 20, 2018
HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Camden Hills uses balance to beat LA Eagles

ROCKPORT – Camden Hills used a well-balanced offense Monday night to post a 52-37 schoolgirl basketball victory over Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

Charlotte Croce led the Windjammers with 10 points and Mary Anne Croce added nine.

Tanya York netted eight points for the Eagles.

Lincoln Acad. (4-9) 37

Woodward, Hartford, Prior, Wyman 2-2-6, Flagg 2-1-5, Hagar 1-2-4, Gaeth 1-1-3, Neal 1-2-4, Tims, Hanna, Lane 0-1-1, Coppersmith, York 3-2-8, Lee 3-0-6

Camden Hills (12-1) 52

Wiley 0-2-2, Ford 0-2-2, Smith 0-2-2, Newcombe 1-0-2, Friesland, Orhon 0-1-1, C. Croce 2-4-10, Neville 1-2-4, Laite 3-2-8, Crupi 1-0-2, McIntyre 2-0-4, Hart 2-2-6, M.A. Croce 2-4-9

3-pt. goals: C. Croce 2, M.A. Croce

Lincoln Acad. 4 21 27 37

Camden Hills 16 28 39 52

Calais 70, Jonesport-Beals 54

At Calais, Crystal Martin scored 17 points to help push the Blue Devils to the win.

Danielle Feck netted 13 points for Calais and Darcey Gillespie added 11.

Jody Pinkham scored 18 points for the Royalettes and Ashten Smith had 10 points.

Jonesport-Beals (4-8) 54

Pinkham 7-4-18, Smith 3-4-10, Look 2-0-6, S. Hunkler 2-0-4, Beal 1-2-4, C. Hunkler 2-0-4, Chandler 3-2-8, Barrett

Calais (9-4) 70

Martin 7-2-17, Feck 5-0-13, Gillespie 4-0-11, Smith 3-0-6, Eagan 3-1-7, O’Brien 4-1-9, McGinley 3-0-7, Mahan 0-2-2, Driscoll, Taylor, Leon, Scribner

3-pt. goals: Look 2; Feck 3, Gillespie 3, Martin, Eagan, McGinley

Jonesport-Beals 10 21 35 54

Calais 16 36 57 70

JV: Calais 52-33

DI-Stonington 54, Machias 31

At Deer Isle, Heather Bray scored 14 points to help lead Deer Isle-Stonington past Machias.

Tara Whitney led Machias with 14 points.

Machias (2-10) 31

St. Pierre 1-3-6, Rudd 0-1-1, Whitman 1-0-2, Whitney 6-2-14, Marshall 1-0-2, Alley 2-0-4, Stevens 1-0-2, Hayward, Johnson, Holmes, Albee

Deer Isle-Stonington (5-8) 54

J. Eaton 3-0-7, Becton 1-0-2, Oliver 1-2-4, Oheygi 3-1-7, Lawson 1-0-2, Hutchinson 4-0-9, E. Bray 1-1-3, H. Bray 5-4-14, Wiberg 2-2-6, H. Eaton

3-pt. goals: St. Pierre; J. Eaton, Hutchinson

Machias 8 15 19 31

DI-Stonington 14 35 43 54

JV: DI-Stonington 36-19

Belfast 56, Mount View 32

At Thorndike, the Lions’ defense set the tone in the victory.

Danielle Mayer scored a game-high 19 points for Belfast, which held Mount View to 10 first-half points. Katelyn Ross scored 11 for the Lions.

Amy Miles paced the Mustangs with 14 points while Kristy Clements contributed 10 points and 10 rebounds. Jenna Drummond grabbed 12 rebounds.

Belfast (12-1) 56

Evans 1-1-3, Nickerson 1-0-2, Bryant 2-1-5, Mayer 7-3-19, Groenig 3-0-6, Brown 0-1-1, Duval 1-0-2, Ross 4-1-11, Murphy 2-0-4, Ellis 1-0-3, Bailey, Marden

Mount View (5-8) 32

A. Miles 7-0-14, Hunter, J. Stevens, York 0-1-1, Barnard 1-1-3, Whitcomb, Mehuren, L. Miles, Drummond 1-2-4, C. Stevens, Clements 5-0-10, Caler

3-pt. goals: Mayer 2, Ross 2, Ellis

Belfast 18 36 45 56

Mount View 5 10 21 32

JV: Belfast 45-21

Central 74, Sumner 38

At East Sullivan, Jenny Rollins scored 28 points to lead Central past Sumner.

Katie Ahearn netted 26 points for the Red Devils of Corinth.

Brittany Dunbar scored nine points for the Tigers. Dorothy Alley and Ellen Beattie each added eight points.

Central (11-2) 74

Rollins 12-3-28, Ahearn 7-12-26, Collins 0-2-2, Davis 3-0-6, Elliot 1-0-2, Underhill 2-3-7, Me. Jones 0-2-2, Bell 1-0-2, Ma. Jones, Daniel, Lyford, Griffiths

Sumner (1-13) 38

Dunbar 2-3-9, Alley 4-0-8, Beattie 2-2-8, Ruhlin 1-0-2, Klausmeyer 3-0-6, Page 2-1-5, Saunders, Scott Rock, Tucker, Racicot

3-pt. goals: Rollins; Beattie 2, Dunbar

Central 15 33 56 74

Sumner 9 20 36 38

JV: Central 38-20

Mattanawcook 51, Woodland 45

At Woodland, Kate Head scored 14 points to lead Mattanawcook past Woodland.

Cami Cousineau and Ali Keegan both netted 10 points for the Lynx of Lincoln.

Katie Smith scored 11 points for the Dragons. Erika Brown and Kaitlyn Leeman each scored nine points.

Mattanawcook (7-5) 51

Cousineau 5-0-10, Littlefield 1-0-2, Gulesian 4-0-8, Reed 1-0-2, Slike 1-3-5, Keegan 5-0-10, Head 6-2-14

Woodland (9-4) 45

Brown 3-0-9, Leeman 3-2-9, Smith 3-5-11, Ferris 0-2-2, Lord 3-1-7, Holmes 0-1-1, Trioani 2-0-4, Knights 1-0-2, Vose, Seavey

3-pt. goals: Brown 3, Leeman

Mattanawcook 12 22 30 51

Woodland 13 26 35 45

Caribou 57, Bucksport 16

At Caribou, Leah Drew tallied 18 points, eight rebounds and two steals in the Viking victory.

Monica Selander racked up 14 points, seven rebounds, five blocks and four steals for Caribou, which held the Golden Bucks scoreless in the fourth.

Jessie Taylor led Bucksport with six points.

Bucksport (1-13) 16

Andrews 1-0-3, Fitzpatrick 1-0-2, Adams 0-1-1, Taylor 2-2-6, Murauckas 0-2-2, Gourley, Smith 1-0-2, Black, Kr. Allen, Ka. Allen

Caribou (9-5) 57

Gahagan, Harrigan 3-0-7, Ouellette 1-0-2, Bouchard 1-0-3, Vincent 1-0-3, Burlock 0-2-2, Drew 7-3-18, Willey, Selander 6-2-14, Cousins, Collins 1-0-2, Lopez 2-1-6

3-pt. goals: Andrews; Harrigan, Bouchard, Vincent, Drew, Lopez

Bucksport 3 8 16 16

Caribou 16 30 41 57

JV: Caribou 37-25

Boys basketball

Machias 61, DI-Stonington 36

At Deer Isle, Chris Correll scored 20 points to help lead Machias to the win.

Nate Poore contributed 18 points and 12 rebounds for the Bulldogs.

Evan Haskell led the Deer Isle-Stonington effort with 10 points.

Machias (4-9) 61

Correll 8-3-20, Poore 8-2-18, Brookes 1-0-2, Leahy 2-1-5, Anderson 3-0-7, Sullivan 1-0-2, Falvey 0-1-1, Hall 2-0-6, Richards, Smith

Deer Isle-Stonington (1-12) 36

Haskell 3-2-10, Gielarowski 4-1-9, N. Ciomei 1-1-3, Robbins 0-3-3, L. Ciomei 1-0-2, Jones 2-1-5, Douglass 2-0-4, Trundy, Carter, Shepard, Eaton

3-pt. goals: Hall 2, Anderson, Correll; Haskell 2

Machias 12 23 37 61

DI-Stonington 14 17 30 36

JV: DI-Stonington 56-48

Caribou 70, Bucksport 58 (OT)

At Caribou, Josh Nadeau and Jon Chasse combined to scored 10 points in overtime to push Caribou to the win.

Chasse netted a game-high 23 points for the Vikings. Nadeau scored 14 points and Matt Nason added 12.

Adam Sheehan netted 16 points for the Golden Bucks. Joey Carmichael scored 14 points and Joey Cyr had 11.

Bucksport (2-11) 58

LaLonde 2-0-5, Sheehan 6-3-16, Legere, Knight, Carmichael 6-0-14, Cyr 4-3-11, Cough 2-0-4, Clapper, Hopkins 2-0-6, Wingate 1-0-2

Caribou (6-7) 70

Wakana 1-0-2, St. Peter 0-3-3, Thompson, Nadeau 3-6-14, Peterson 0-3-3, Nason 4-4-12, Susee 4-0-9, Chasse 10-3-23, Cedarman 2-0-4

3-pt. goals: Carmichael 2, Hopkins 2, LaLonde, Sheehan; Nadeau 2, Susee

Bucksport 12 27 44 56 58

Caribou 21 30 48 56 70

JV: Caribou 52-43

Calvary Chapel 53, Shead 49

At Eastport, Chris McDonald scored eight of his 12 points in the fourth quarter as the Sabres of Orrington held off the Tigers.

Brock Bradford powered Calvary Chapel Christian with 16 points, while Kyle Bradford chipped in with 12.

Shead’s Ben Maloney had a game-high 24 points and 10 rebounds. James MacDonald added 10 points.

Calvary Chapel Christian (8-2) 53

Dean 2-0-6, B. Bradford 6-0-16, Gans 2-3-7, K. Bradford 3-5-12, McDonald 5-1-12, Philips, Seccareccia

Shead (7-5) 49

Maloney 11-1-24, Demolet 1-2-5, Marshall 1-0-2, MacDonald 5-0-10, Bones 2-0-4, Constant 0-2-2, Demmons 0-2-2, Smith, Kroll

3-pt. goals: B. Bradford 4, Dean 2, K. Bradford, McDonald; Maloney, Demolet

Calvary Chapel 14 31 37 53

Shead 14 25 36 49

Mattanawcook 75, Woodland 60

At Woodland, Jon Carney scored 24 points to help give Mattanawcook the edge.

Andrew Kites added 13 points for the Lynx while Nathan Cousineau and Tyler Libbey scored 11 points each.

Andrew Scott and Billy Smith each scored 18 points for Woodland while Chad Pike chipped in with 15.

Mattanawcook (9-4) 75

Carney 11-2-24, Kites 3-6-13, Cousineau 4-3-11, Libbey 4-3-11, Du. Hanscom 1-0-2, Dy. Hanscom 0-1-1, Greenlaw 1-0-2, berry 4-0-8, Malone 1-1-3, Kyes, Emery, Arnold

Woodland (8-5) 60

Scott 8-2-18, Smith 6-4-18, Pike 6-0-15, Nicholson 0-3-3, Kochendoerfer 2-0-4, Tupper 1-0-2, J. Knowles, Mitchell, Moody, Engroff, McCoubrey, A. Knowles

3-pt. goals: Pike 3, Smith 2

Mattanawcook 17 37 51 75

Woodland 14 26 42 60

Hockey

Stearns 5, Orono 4 (OT)

At Alfond Arena in Orono, Tyler Pelkey scored three goals, including the game-winner 49 seconds into overtime.


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